A professor and department chair from the College of Liberal Arts has been appointed to fill the role.
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New vice provost for undergraduate studies appointed
Daniel W. Berman, a respected scholar in ancient Greek literature and myth, came to Temple in 2009. He most recently served as chair of the Department of Greek and Roman Classics and director of the Intellectual Heritage program in the College of Liberal Arts.
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Temple news
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STHM master’s ranks among top in the world
The School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management’s master of science in sport business recently snagged top 10 national and global rankings from SportBusiness International.
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A tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes
Student musicians had the chance of a lifetime, working with Grammy winner Michael Abene on this Boyer-released album paying homage to legendary singer Frank Sinatra.
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Campus announcements
Temple sets 2017–2018 tuition and fees
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The Board of Trustees approved a $384 increase in undergraduate base tuition for Pennsylvania residents and a $1,152 increase for out-of-state students. Mandatory fees will remain the same. Learn more about tuition rates.
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Surgeon to take Temple Alumni Association helm, join Board of Trustees
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Paul Curcillo, CST ’84, is the chief of minimally invasive surgery at the Fox Chase Cancer Center and an associate professor of surgical oncology. Curcillo has been recognized as one of the best doctors in the country.
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Student success
Park ranger alumni honor their roots
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Temple’s ProRanger program is one of only two of its kind in the U.S. Alumni share what the program helped them achieve and why they came back to help train current students.
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Ambler Campus: Upper Dublin Summer Concert Series—Old York Road Symphony
July 18
Research Data Management Essentials
Aug. 2
Data Visualization Workshop
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